Christ the King Ministries and Mission Catholic Church

“Do all for the glory of God.”


We are part of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church

  We’re delighted that you’ve discovered our web-home and have stopped by for a visit.

  Christ the King Ministries is a Brazilian Catholic Parish.

  Please feel free to browse our pages, explore our links and do contact us if we can provide any information, offer prayer, the Sacraments of the Church, or if you’d simply like to share fellowship with other committed Christian people.

  We hope that we may be of service to you or to someone you care about. Please keep us in your prayers as we shall keep you in ours.

  May God richly bless you,

Rev. Fr. Paul and the Ministry staff.

(Celebrating Brazilian-Catholic-Tradition)

Serving Christ in others

Serving Christ in others


Christ The King Mission Catholic Church is a mission parish of Catholics who sincerely welcome all others who desire to enliven or deepen their relationship with God.

We are a mission parish marked by love of neighbor, diversity of members, and genuine care for the greater community.

Please visit the pages of this site to discover much more about us, our history, purpose and worship.

We pray that you come to the realization that there is another Catholic answer to your search for acceptance and tolerance, a home where the Body and Blood of Christ are really present and the words of the Eucharistic Prayer do not ring hollow, but are instead the very foundation of this Community of Believers.  All are Welcome to receive the Sacraments.


"In mercy and love unite all your children wherever they may be"


Sunday Celebrations In the Absence of A Priest


In the event that a priest is unable to celebrate Mass in a particular parish/Ministry, due to the shortage of priests, the bishop may judge it necessary to provide for other Sunday celebrations in the absence of a priest, so that, in the best way possible, the weekly gathering of the faithful can be continued and the Christian tradition regarding Sunday preserved.


Either a Deacon or appointed Eucharistic Minister can be entrusted with leading these celebrations. Sunday Celebrations include the following parts: Introductory Rites, singing of the Psalms, Liturgy of the Word; Act of Thanksgiving; Communion Rite, and Concluding Rite. While a Sunday Celebration is the Absence of a Priest (SCAP) is not a Mass, participation does fulfill our Sunday Obligation.